If you're hoping the Bills draft a quarterback this spring, there's probably a mock draft out there for you.
Jay Skurski rounded up the results from a baker's dozen of mock drafts, and there are plenty of opinions on whom the Bills should select.
Looking specifically at the quarterback position, two mock drafts have the Bills taking Wyoming's Josh Allen at 21st overall (Washington Post and Athlon Sports), one has the Bills taking UCLA's Josh Rosen in a trade up to No. 2 (Sporting News), another has the Bills drafting Baker Mayfield in a trade up to fifth (Draft Wire), and one mock draft even has the Bills taking Louisville's Lamar Jackson at 22nd (NBC Sports).
Some free advice: Don't put too much stock in mocks drafts, especially before the Scouting Combine.
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